Concerns Continue to Grow in Search of Missing Woman

Published 08/11 2014 10:40PM

Updated 08/11 2014 10:46PM

Leaving nothing left unchecked, Evansville Police say they're continuing to look into a woman's disappearance.

A little more than a month ago, 30-year-old Joelle Lockwood was reported missing. Lockwood was last seen on the evening of July 9 in the area of Park St. and Florida St. near Pigeon Creek.

Police say they've interviewed several people including some more than once. Lockwood's family has also organized several searches of their own.

EPD only receives a handful of missing adults each year, most are found within a few days. Police say this one is different.

"Any time you get outside that 48 hour window for a missing adult, you start worrying," said Sgt. Jason Cullum. "Regardless of what the specifics of that case are, you start to worry. We're well beyond that 48 hour window obviously. We do have a concern of where this is going to take us."

Police are still asking for any information into Lockwood's disappearance. To give you an idea of how exhaustive the investigation has been, police say detectives compiled 60 supplemental reports in addition to the original report.

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